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Unusual Cactus Buck From Perry County
If they passed out end-of-the-season awards for the strangest-looking buck instead of awards for the biggest buck, Clanton’s Casey Burnett would no doubt win hands down.

His Perry County buck looks like it came out of the bar scene in Star Wars rather than from the Alabama woods.

The photo of the odd-looking buck has made its rounds through the Alabama deer hunting community thanks to social media and is now being shared nationwide. The buck has caught the attention of deer hunters ranging from weekend...

Each February, AON offers sportsmen the chance to voice opinions on issues that affect hunting and fishing in Alabama.

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Former Crimson Tide punter Bryne Diehl is an avid deer hunter these days, and the buck that he took on Saturday night, Jan. 9 will...

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Featured Article
Secrets To Stay Warm And Catch More February Fish
One old fishing wag once said that if your fishing line freezes in the eyelets of your fishing rod, that’s a sure sign that it is way too cold to go to work that day.

For many diehard bass and crappie anglers, fishing...

Hunting
In His Own Good Time
I’m not real sure when it happened, but somewhere along the way, early in my turkey hunting days, I made the mistake of believing that I could make a turkey do something he didn’t want to do. I even took that a little further and...

Fishing
Fish February For The Biggest Crappie
“When you see the ground spewed up with dirt and ice creating little volcanoes in February, that’s the time to start crappie fishing,” the late John Powell, an avid bass and crappie angler, from Montgomery, told me many years ago....

AON's Tracking Dogs & Deer Coolers Lists
Here's AON's 2015 Dial-a-Tracking Dog and Deer Coolers lists. Some folks have dropped off the lists this year, but there are some new faces, as well. If you have a deer down, these lists should provide everything you need to find it and get it to a cooler for storage or processing.

To add a dog or processor to either list, call AON at (800) 438-4663.
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